Thai musicians died at 73

Here are 2 famous musicians from Thailand died at 73:

Emmanuelle Arsan

Emmanuelle Arsan (January 19, 1932 Bangkok-June 12, 2005 Chantelouve) a.k.a. Marayat Rollet-Andriane, Marayat Andriane, Marayat Bibidh, Krasaesundh, Virajjakkam, Virajjakari, Marajat, Virajjakam, Krassaesibor, Bibidh, Kramsaseddinsh, Rollet - Andriane, Marayat or Mariah Bibid was a Thai novelist, actor, screenwriter and writer.

She is best known for her erotic novel "Emmanuelle," which she wrote in 1959 under the pen name Emmanuelle Arsan. The novel was initially banned in France and several other countries but later became a best-seller and was adapted into a film in 1974. Arsan also acted in the film and co-wrote the screenplay.

Born in Thailand as Marayat Bibidh, she was the daughter of a Thai mother and a French father. She grew up in a privileged household and attended boarding school in Switzerland. In the 1950s, she married French diplomat Louis-Jacques Rollet-Andriane and the couple traveled the world for his work.

Aside from "Emmanuelle," Arsan also wrote several other books, including "Laure," "Mystère," and "Voyage d'Emmanuel." She also acted in several other films, including "The Sand Pebbles" (1966) and "Qui? (1970).

Arsan passed away on June 12, 2005, at the age of 73, in her home in the French Alps.

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Indrasakdi Sachi

Indrasakdi Sachi (June 10, 1902 Bangkok-November 30, 1975 Bangkok) was a Thai personality.

He was a renowned historian, writer, and diplomat who served as the Thai ambassador to the United States from 1957 to 1960. Indrasakdi Sachi was one of the pioneers of modern Thai literature, and his critically acclaimed works explored various facets of Thai culture and society, including its history, folklore, and traditions. He was also a prominent academic who taught at several universities in Thailand and abroad, and his contributions to Thai literature and history earned him numerous awards and accolades throughout his career. Aside from his literary achievements, Indrasakdi Sachi was a dedicated public servant who served in various government positions over the years, including the presidency of the Thailand National Library.

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